Warwick Conferences achieves key accreditation ahead of re-opening

Warwick Conferences has achieved the We’re Good to Go accreditation as it continues preparations to reopen on 17 May. Following the easing of restrictions, the venue is once again opening its indoor and outdoor facilities, welcoming back event organisers, delegates and staff.

The accreditation demonstrates that the business is adhering to Government and Public Health Guidance. In line with this, stringent cleaning processes and safety measures, including clear signage and floor markings throughout each building, have been put in place to ensure delegates and attendees are comfortable and feel safe during their stay. The full range of award-winning spaces will be available to book, with the recently launched executive boardroom and outdoor space ready to hire.

Paul Bartlett, Director of Warwick Conferences, commented: “The team at Warwick Conferences has been working diligently to ensure that delegates continue to receive the same high-quality experience as before lockdown. Rest assured, we have put measures in place to ensure the same fantastic experience is maintained while adhering to Government guidelines.

“With a choice between both indoor and outdoor spaces, organisers can create tailored events to suit their needs. We have a new flexible approach to our award-winning catering services, including a pre-packed grab-and-go offering as well as room service for those staying overnight.”

Picnics and BBQs can also be provided by Warwick Conferences’ vast outdoor spaces, such as the Woodland Retreat, which was launched to provide delegates a creative experience outside.

Event organisers can also make the most of the technical team on hand if running hybrid or virtual meetings. These services are ideal for those looking to book large-scale or international meetings. A live-streaming service, using the venues broadcasting studio, streams the event for all delegates to access.

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